SELLICKS HILL QUARRY

SELLICKS BEACH, SOUTH AUSTRALIA

GRAVEL MINE

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THIS LOCATION IS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY AND IS INACCESSIBLE TO THE PUBLIC

GEOLOGY

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

The Quarry as of December 2017

The Sellicks Hill Quarry 

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OPEN PIT QUARRIES

The Ojo Alamo Formation contains the majority of the petrified wood 

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THE LAST STANDING TIPPLE

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MOVING COAL

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END OF MINING IN DRUMHELLER

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REFEreNCES

Lucas, Spencer & Spielmann, Justin & Hunt, Adrian & Hester, Patricia. (2006). FIELD GUIDE TO UPPER CRETACEOUS STRATIGRAPHY AND PALEONTOLOGY, BISTI AND DE-NA-ZIN WILDERNESS AREAS, SAN JUAN BASIN, NEW MEXICO.

New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science.